David Sullivan, one of the owners of West Ham United, said in an interview that they have a few favorite players, but the opposing club's asking price is high and it is difficult for them to bring in the players they want.
David Sullivan said to talkSPORT: "The team's lineup is very uneven. Although we have enough funds to bring in one or two players, unfortunately, we cannot buy the players the coach wants. I'm waiting. In response to the replies from the players that the coach wants, we have already quoted two or three times before, but unfortunately, the other party’s asking price is very high and it is difficult to bring in these players."
"At the same time, we have also received offers to many players, but the team does not want to lose them. There are major foreign clubs that offer offers to our important players, so I don't know if we can keep these players."
Speaking of empty games caused by the epidemic, David Sullivan said: "We have limited funds, and we also know that it is very likely that we will not get ticket revenue this season, but we must maintain the operation of the club and pay employees. In the past two seasons, the signings have been very strong and they have bought a bunch of players who have not worked. Maybe they will stay in the team in the next few seasons because there are still some good players."